Hunter Industrial fans to be featured on Discovery Channel’s Garage Rehab
Hunter Industrial Fans, the industrial division of Hunter Fan Co., will be featured on the Discovery Channel series Garage Rehab showcasing the Titan, ECO and XP fans — the company’s direct-drive high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) fans. Hunter Industrial contributed 20 HVLS fans that will appear in seven projects on the television show’s second season premiering Tuesday, January 8 at 8PM ET/PT on Discovery Channel.
Garage Rehab is led by Richard Rawlings and his team — including project manager Russell J. Holmes and auto shop consultant Chris Stephens— who travel the country to find shops that need help.
“Hunter Industrial is thrilled to be a part of Garage Rehab and its process of making every space a better place — which aligns with our motto here at Hunter,” said Jeff Watson, senior vice president and general manager of Hunter Industrial. “Since ease of installation and cost-efficiency are part of Hunter Industrial’s key differentiators, we are proud to be able to do our part in saving these businesses time and money. We look forward to hearing the great reports on how these businesses succeed as a result of Richard and the team’s incredible work.”
Hunter Industrial launched in 2016 with its debut product, the Titan HVLS fan, which features blade spans ranging from 7 to 24 feet. Using less horsepower, the Titan is said to efficiently deliver equal or better output than the competition. The company’s second product, the ECO fan, is among the most lightweight and economical industrial fans on the market, states the company. Additionally, its third product — the XP series — launched on May 1, 2018 and is engineered to deliver year-round HVAC cost savings with the easiest installation features on the market to date. All of Hunter Industrial’s products offer direct-drive motor technology. The Titan and ECO offer full range of control options, including standard 1:1 analog control and touchscreen controls with network capability and the flexibility to manage up to 30 fans, while the XP offers a standard 1:1 analog control.